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HISTORY OF PERSIA

Constantius, Emperor, i. 446 ; Battle of
Singara, 447 ; 449, 450 5 death of,, 451

Constitution, origin of constitutional
movement, ii. 500 et seq. ; granting of
a constitution, 506 et seq. 5 National
Assembly, 508-511, see Administra-
tion

Corbulo, Roman general, i. 406, 407,
408

Corcyra (Corfu), i, 324, 339

Cordier, Henri, ii, iBi footnote

Corduene, i. 371, 442

Corfu, i. 2x2

Corinth, i. 200, 213, 255, 362

Cornelia (wife of Pompey), i, 382

Coron, plain of, i. 316

Corvino, John de Monte, Franciscan mis-
sionary, ii. 1 86

Cos, i. 320

Cosmas Indicopleustes (Egyptian monk),

i. 3a*

Cossaeans, the, i. 299

Cossia, i. 54

Coste, P., ii. 284 footnote, 287

Cotton, Sir Dodmore, ii. 264 ; embassy
to Shah Abbas, 281-283

Cowell, Prof., ii. 137 footnote, 229

Crassus, Marcus Licinius, i. 368 j ap-
pointed to Syria, 373-374 j invasion of
Parthia, 374-375 ; Battle of Carrhae,
376 et ?.; death, 379; 380, 382,
386, 388, 391, 394, 395, 432

Craterus, i. 278, 288, 292, 296, 298, 3x0,

338

Creasy, Sir Edward, i. 218, 277
Crespo, Nicolo, Duke of the Archipelago,

ii. 222
Creswell, K. A. C., i. 509 footnote ;  ii.

*35

Crete, i. 212, 346
Crimea, i, 136
Croesus, King, i. 153, 154, 155 ; fate of,

156; 159, 164,^99,^5
Cronus or Saturn, i. 420
Crooke, J., ii. 287 footnote
Crouther, English merchant, ii, 274
Crusades, the, ii. 108,   1x2;  origin  of,

113-1155 First Crusade, 1155 capture

of Nicaea and Antioch, 1x6 ; storming

of Jerusalem, 116-117
Ctesias of Cnidus, i. 128, 131, 14.9 Jootnotey

185
Ctesiphon, city of, i, 387, 395, 412, 4x4,

426, 432 5 besieged by Odenathus, 434 $

capture by Cams, 440 5 443, 445, 453,

454, 455i 4S6 4H  495r  $08, 5x8,
519, 520, 521, 526, 534, 536

Cumont, Franz, i. 4,1% footnote

CUnaxa, Battle of, i, 238-240, 242, 244,

'Lord, i. 189 footnote* 195;  de-
of bas-reliefs At Naksh*i-

Rustam, 512-513; ii. 265, 280 footnote,
284^00^0^, 285, 286, 354 footnote, 486
Cyaxares, King of Media, i. 102 ; acces-
sion of,  129;. first siege of Nineveh,
130;    Scythian   invasion,    X3o-i3i j
second siege and fall of Nineveh, 131-
132; X33-*34; campaigns of, 135-136j
death of, 138*139 ; Kei Kaus identified
with, 1455 .14-6* *7*
Cyclades, the, i. 267, 319
Cydnus, River, i. 268, 383
Cynane, daughter of Philip, i. 305
Cynosccphalus, Buttle of, i. 341
Cyprus, i. 90, 173, 229, 230, 231, 243,
244,247, 3x2, 319; ii, 32
Cyriadis, Roman Pretender, i. 433
Cyril of Alexandria, i. 475
Cyrus (Kur), River, i. 23
Cyrus   the   Great,  i.   56,  98 ;    defeats
Aatyages, 139-140, I45-H67 *47, *$*-
153 ;  rise of, according to Herodotus,
149-1505 X5i; King of Persia, 153;
Perao-Lydian campaign,  155, et se%, ;
159 5   Eastern campaigns,  160 5  con-
quest of Babylon,   160-162;  attitude
towards the Jews, 162 ; death of, 162-
163;  character, x63-i6"4;   x66,  167,
187 ; winged figure of, 190 ; tomb of,
190-191 5   206,   208, 233,   271, 277,
286, 296 ;   his tomb desecrated, 298;
' 423, 424, 438, 496 ; ii. 71, 348, 472
Cyrus the younger, i. 52 5 relations with
Sparta, 235 ; march on Babylon, 236-
238 ; Battle of Cunaxa, 238-240 5 267,
^73*453
Cyzicus, city of, i. 264, 368
Pacia, i. 410
0ad-Ishu, the Catholicus, i. 468
Daghestan, ii, 323, 360, 362
Dahae, the, i. 56, 164, 330, 406
D'Albuquerque, Alfonso, ii. 271, 272, 280
D'Alessandri, Vincentio; travels in Persia,
ii. 253
Daliki, petroleum at, i. 38
Dalton, O. M., i. 189 footnote
Damascus, i. 88, 270, 434, 523, 535, 536 ;
ii, 28, 29 5 capture of, 29-30 ; 33, 4*
43, 47 ; submission to Ghazan Khan,
189; 197
Dames, M.  Long worth, ii, 305 footnote,
306, 307 footnote
Damghan, district of, i. 280, 282, 283,
328, 332; ii, 152, 165, 211
Damietta, ii. 159
Dancing Dervishes, ii. 230
Daniel, Book of, i, 135, 162
Danube, i. 177, 178, 179, 200, 260, 410,
441; 495, 522
Dara (posthumous son of Bahman), i. 423
Data, Parthian city( of, i. 334
Dara, Roman fortress at, i. 480;  481,